ignoramus

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A totally ignorant person—unknowledgeable, uneducated, or uninformed; a fool
A grand jury's ruling on an indictment when the evidence is determined to be insufficient to send the case to trial
A stupid, ignorant person; a vain pretender to knowledge; a dunce
A totally ignorant person; a fool
(Latin) In law, we do not know In a different American usage, an ignorant person
The phrase now used is, "No bill," "No true bill," or "Not found," though in some jurisdictions "Ignored" is still used
"No true bill,"
"A person unacquainted with certain kinds of knowledge familiar to yourself, and having certain other kinds that you know nothing about " [DD]
an ignorant person
One who ignores the knowledge of something; one really unacquainted with it It is an ancient law term The grand jury used to write lgnoramus on the back of indictments "not found" or not be sent into court Hence ignore The present custom is to write "No true bill "
The phrase now used is, "No bill,"
or "Not found,"
\ig-nuh-RAY-mus\, noun: An ignorant person; a vain pretender to knowledge; a dunce
We are ignorant; we ignore; being the word formerly written on a bill of indictment by a grand jury when there was not sufficient evidence to warrant them in finding it a true bill
though in some jurisdictions "Ignored"
is still used
A grand jurys ruling on an indictment when the evidence is determined to be insufficient to send the case to trial
disapproval If you describe someone as an ignoramus, you are being critical of them because they do not have the knowledge you think they ought to have. ignoramuses someone who does not know about things that most people know about
{i} ignorant uneducated person
ıgnoramus
{n} a foolish fellow, an indorsement on an indictment, when the jury have not evidence of the facts
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    /ˌəgnərˈāməs/ /ˌɪɡnɜrˈeɪməs/

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    [ "ig-n&-'rA-m&s also ] (noun.) circa 1616. After the ignorant lawyer Ignoramus, the titular character in the 1615 play Ignoramus by the English playwright Georges Ruggle; from Latin ignōrāmus (“we do not know, we are ignorant of”), the first-person plural present active indicative of īgnōrō (“I do not know, I am unacquainted with, I am ignorant of”).

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